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If you or your class of workers are financing, participating in or directly involved in a strike, we cannot pay you benefits during the strike.
If you or your class of workers are not financing, participating in or directly involved in the strike, you may be eligible for benefits.
If your employer stops you from working due to a lockout (for example, the workers want to work but the employer will not let them), then you may be eligible for benefits.
The disqualification for a strike continues until you no longer have any part in the dispute. It does not matter if you are a member of a labor union. It is not possible to requalify for benefits by working elsewhere. A labor dispute disqualification continues until:
If you officially resign during the labor dispute, we can end your unemployment benefits disqualification for the labor dispute. However, we may have to disqualify you for quitting your last work without good cause. This does not apply to a lockout.